In the workplace, there's nothing more frustrating than having your opinions, ideas or concerns ignored. If this is the case, you may need to develop techniques to make more of an impact at work.
Typically, being ignored in the workplace is the result of bad communication. By developing the correct approach to having your input, you can completely transform the way you are perceived. After all, and particularly in large teams, everyone has an excellent idea in them, however, when energy and eagerness are at peak, ideas can be lost or misunderstood.
At City Academy, our How to Get Heard in Meetings workshop focuses on embracing both physical and vocal techniques to ensure you're heard in the workplace and can communicate with clarity and confidence.
What You Will Learn:
During our How to Get Heard in Meetings workshop, working with an experienced business coach, you will:
Learn how to control your voice and body to support your message when speaking
Identify physical and verbal cues for seamless discussion without interruption
Explore how to draw and hold attention during meetings and have your ideas heard
Develop physical and vocal communicative techniques through practical exercises
How to manage nerves when communicating ideas
Throughout our workshop, you will engage in discussion and a variety of real-life scenarios, including simulated meeting scenarios to help you understand how to manage different situations. You will also receive tailored feedback from our business coach and develop long-term communication goals.
By the end of our How to Get Heard in Meetings workshop, you will be able to communicate with confidence and understand how different vocal techniques and body language changes how you’re received.
Gain control of your voice and body to better support your message when speaking
Identify physical and verbal cues from others in order to respond dynamically to different situations
Explore methods for drawing and holding attention in meetings
Benefit from experiencial learning, with 100% practical exercises